CDC: 1.1 Million More Americans Lost Health Insurance Coverage in 2018

Ken Alltucker, a reporter from US TODAY, explains how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 is a major factor in the number of Americans who choose to obtain health insurance.   Data from recent CDC and Gallup surveys confirm that fewer people are insured, fewer people are opting to get care and that 1.1 million people lost their health insurance last year.

Read CDC: 1.1 Million More Americans Lost Health Insurance Coverage in 2018 by Ken Alltucker       May 12, 2019, USA TODAY  What are your thoughts? Please write your comments below.

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